Thanks to Wendy E. Wallace and Split Lit for this sensitive and honest interview with AHP author, Noley Reid. Noley and Wendy talk about writing, identity, memory, and more:
I write a lot of kid narrators. I find childhood fascinating: the magic of discovery, the allure of severing one’s personhood from being an appendage of the mother, and the danger of our own and others’ desires. I don’t think I’ve ever lost my childhood voice. I may be forty-eight, but I feel anywhere from ten to fourteen on any given day probably because I’m a big baby.
To read the interview, visit Split Lit Magazine‘s website!